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Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas

In 16th-century France, a horse trader by the name of Michael Kohlhaas (Mads Mikkelsen) raises a peasant army and goes to war to exact vengeance on an unjust lord, putting the country to fire and sword.
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Examiner.com
May 29, 2014 Without a character to connect with it all amounts to nothing but a poor man's Braveheart, minus that film's vigorous battle sequences.
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We Got This Covered
June 02, 2014 Beautifully shot, well-acted, and respectful to a fault, Age of Uprising: The Legend of Michael Kohlhaas is often left inert by its weighty meditations.
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Critical Women
May 30, 2014 Medieval mumblecore. And social conflict as secondary to the scenery in this dramatic momentum-free travelogue, a treat solely for arty snobs and couch potato political dilettantes. Poverty porn as high art, and most memorable, a pregnant horse in labor.
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AV Club
June 05, 2014 It can be quite powerful on the rare occasions when it allows raw emotion to make its way to the surface.
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Time Out
December 17, 2013 Succeeds neither as a decent adaptation of the book nor as a rewarding movie in its own right ... Dullness prevails.
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Village Voice
May 27, 2014 This muted approach robs the film of sorely needed momentum, but offers a rare opportunity for contemplation, a trade-off that only occasionally satisfies.
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rec.arts.movies.reviews
May 30, 2014 Silly critics expected "Braveheart" when it was more like Ingmar Bergman's "Virgin Spring". Ignore the shallow minds; this is a serious art film worthy of your attention if you have an IQ over 80.
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New York Times
May 29, 2014 The severely beautiful film is painted in a dauntingly austere manner, as if lost in a war against itself, with confrontations underplayed and the rural landscapes making more of an impression than the detoured drama.
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Chicago Reader
June 05, 2014 The film is almost monotonously somber, though not in a bad way -- when it erupts into violence or settles briefly into moments of intimacy, the shift in tone can be surprising, even invigorating.
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Los Angeles Times
May 29, 2014 It's a strong story of lonely, even futile righteousness, which makes the plodding execution by director Arnaud des Pallierès somewhat mystifying.
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Movie Mezzanine
May 30, 2014 Those seeking bloodletting and savagery will be disappointed... Let it be said that Age of Uprising will test the limits of moviegoers who are not prepared for the deliberate way this revenge tale is handled.
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Newcity
June 04, 2014 Des Pallières also hears his historical era: the richly detailed sound design, of jostles and clanks and wind, compensates partially for the film's often deliberate pace.
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IMDb: 7
2017
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...